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Great job, Steve!!!Thumbs UpThumbs UpThumbs Up

  • Saying Lotto #s Can be Predicted means that Lotto's ODD can be reduced down  to an economical level by a system.
  • Saying a Lotto System Works means that we can win constantly (not each draw)  and economically (get a real profit) by using the System.
  • Practice is the only criterion for testing truth.
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    It looks the site went down for a while.

     

    Actually there are only a couple of them I use and not always.

    DO  meaning double odd digits just as in 11 or 33 or 37 etc

    DE meaning double even digit as in 22 or 42 or 26 etc.

    DB meaning double base digit as in 13 or 31 or 23 or 11 or 12 or 21 etc.

    CD meaning consecutive digits as in this combination : 01,12, 28,38, 41 here 01 and 12 is an example of consecutive digits

    FDE meaning first decade even as in draw starting like this : 02 or 23

    LDE meaning last decade even as in draw ending like this : 27 or 41

     

    As I've already said I only decide yes or not meaning the filter will hit or miss. No ranging of them whatsoever.

     

    Adam

    Hi, Adam:

    Thanks for your nice sharing!!!Cheers

    Best regards,

    lb

    • Saying Lotto #s Can be Predicted means that Lotto's ODD can be reduced down  to an economical level by a system.
    • Saying a Lotto System Works means that we can win constantly (not each draw)  and economically (get a real profit) by using the System.
    • Practice is the only criterion for testing truth.
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      James

      It is exactly as adulane has explained and even you can specify the position for which the number is locked out in box 3 allowing it to show up in some other positions.

      Thanks for that info about box 3!

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        Does anyone know how to use the Custom Groups Tool (Menu-2 > Cust-G) in DMP - Big Game? I want to try using 5-number groups, but I can't seem to make it do anything when I play with it.

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          Does anyone know how to use the Custom Groups Tool (Menu-2 > Cust-G) in DMP - Big Game? I want to try using 5-number groups, but I can't seem to make it do anything when I play with it.

          Once upon a time I played with it a bit.

          The way DMP  as you see it now works is numbers have been divided in 5-number groups. Of course most P-5 games are not 5/40 so the last group can have as few as 2 or even 1 number. The option you mention allows the user to build their own groups like 3-number one, 4-number one or even 6-number one. You use upper bookmarks to choose how many numbers you want to have in each group and then select how many of them you'd like to use as key groups and how many should be in play altogether. Then you build the sets. The generated sets land in the Main file and then you can pass them through all other program settings except for groups. If one manages to correctly identify 3-number groups that will hit then it offers great advantage over 5-number groups. I never managed to do it right so never used this option.

          Hope it clears thing up a bit.

          Adam

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            Once upon a time I played with it a bit.

            The way DMP  as you see it now works is numbers have been divided in 5-number groups. Of course most P-5 games are not 5/40 so the last group can have as few as 2 or even 1 number. The option you mention allows the user to build their own groups like 3-number one, 4-number one or even 6-number one. You use upper bookmarks to choose how many numbers you want to have in each group and then select how many of them you'd like to use as key groups and how many should be in play altogether. Then you build the sets. The generated sets land in the Main file and then you can pass them through all other program settings except for groups. If one manages to correctly identify 3-number groups that will hit then it offers great advantage over 5-number groups. I never managed to do it right so never used this option.

            Hope it clears thing up a bit.

            Adam

            Thanks for the custom groups overview, Adam!

            DMP-BG appears to have 8-number groups for Mega Millions and 7-number groups for Powerball, so I want to try smaller-number groups. At first I didn't know how the custom groups tool interfaced with the main program, but then I tried RFM and now it works. It seems that one can "play" custom groups by adding them or "block" them by omitting them, but the custom groups don't seem to have a "W" option or detailed stats (like the regular groups).

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              Thanks for the custom groups overview, Adam!

              DMP-BG appears to have 8-number groups for Mega Millions and 7-number groups for Powerball, so I want to try smaller-number groups. At first I didn't know how the custom groups tool interfaced with the main program, but then I tried RFM and now it works. It seems that one can "play" custom groups by adding them or "block" them by omitting them, but the custom groups don't seem to have a "W" option or detailed stats (like the regular groups).

              James

              It's just an extra tool with a different notation. You do not have that kind of stats as in the main program. Just zero's and 1's which at least for me makes it harder to choose a group. I do prefer old DOS notation of +++++ --------. That doesn't mean that someone else cannot use it to their advantage.

              Adam

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                Posted: October 19, 2016, 6:18 am - IP Logged

                It looks the site went down for a while.

                 

                Actually there are only a couple of them I use and not always.

                DO  meaning double odd digits just as in 11 or 33 or 37 etc

                DE meaning double even digit as in 22 or 42 or 26 etc.

                DB meaning double base digit as in 13 or 31 or 23 or 11 or 12 or 21 etc.

                CD meaning consecutive digits as in this combination : 01,12, 28,38, 41 here 01 and 12 is an example of consecutive digits

                FDE meaning first decade even as in draw starting like this : 02 or 23

                LDE meaning last decade even as in draw ending like this : 27 or 41

                 

                As I've already said I only decide yes or not meaning the filter will hit or miss. No ranging of them whatsoever.

                 

                Adam

                Thanks Adam, are these the basic filters that you use? If it is, it is a very smart decision. I played around with the filters for Fl 4/47, choosing TB,ID,DO,DE,DB and the result was 32 combos left with the winner. I like your idea.

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                  Thanks Adam, are these the basic filters that you use? If it is, it is a very smart decision. I played around with the filters for Fl 4/47, choosing TB,ID,DO,DE,DB and the result was 32 combos left with the winner. I like your idea.

                  That's correct, Bob. I do not touch anything else. Actually I hardly touch TB as you have to be really almost 100% sure that your exact value or ranging is good. Otherwise you gonna kill it all.

                  Adam

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                    By the way these are sets I played last night :

                    12 16 19 28 35
                    12 16 28 29 35
                    12 16 28 35 39
                    12 18 19 26 35
                    12 19 26 28 35
                    12 19 26 35 38
                    12 19 28 35 36
                    13 16 19 28 35
                    13 16 28 29 35
                    13 16 28 35 39
                    13 18 19 26 35
                    13 18 26 29 35
                    13 18 26 35 39
                    13 19 26 28 35
                    13 19 26 35 38
                    13 19 28 35 36

                     

                    The winning line was :

                    13, 15, 19, 35, 36

                    So digit 8 spoiled the fun.

                    Adam

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                      By the way these are sets I played last night :

                      12 16 19 28 35
                      12 16 28 29 35
                      12 16 28 35 39
                      12 18 19 26 35
                      12 19 26 28 35
                      12 19 26 35 38
                      12 19 28 35 36
                      13 16 19 28 35
                      13 16 28 29 35
                      13 16 28 35 39
                      13 18 19 26 35
                      13 18 26 29 35
                      13 18 26 35 39
                      13 19 26 28 35
                      13 19 26 35 38
                      13 19 28 35 36

                       

                      The winning line was :

                      13, 15, 19, 35, 36

                      So digit 8 spoiled the fun.

                      Adam

                      Still, very nice.

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                        Still, very nice.

                        I was in doubt as to 8, but I didn't want to do any reduction and went for it to get fewer sets. Anyway I have no way of knowing what would have happened had I kept it wild and reduced.

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                          By the way these are sets I played last night :

                          12 16 19 28 35
                          12 16 28 29 35
                          12 16 28 35 39
                          12 18 19 26 35
                          12 19 26 28 35
                          12 19 26 35 38
                          12 19 28 35 36
                          13 16 19 28 35
                          13 16 28 29 35
                          13 16 28 35 39
                          13 18 19 26 35
                          13 18 26 29 35
                          13 18 26 35 39
                          13 19 26 28 35
                          13 19 26 35 38
                          13 19 28 35 36

                           

                          The winning line was :

                          13, 15, 19, 35, 36

                          So digit 8 spoiled the fun.

                          Adam

                          Adam, would you please post a screenshot of this setup, thanks.

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                            Adam, would you please post a screenshot of this setup, thanks.

                            Bob

                            I cannot do it as it was already 2 draws ago and it's totally gone. Nothing else but digits, groups, CD, DO and DB as that's what I use on daily basis. I usually start with looking at FDE and LDE to see if I can decide immediately where the draw starts and ends but rarely use it as part of my setup. From time to time it shows clearly the way.

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                              Bob

                              I cannot do it as it was already 2 draws ago and it's totally gone. Nothing else but digits, groups, CD, DO and DB as that's what I use on daily basis. I usually start with looking at FDE and LDE to see if I can decide immediately where the draw starts and ends but rarely use it as part of my setup. From time to time it shows clearly the way.

                              That's an example of my setup.

                              setup

                                 
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